Habitat for Humanity of Mason County and the Port of Shelton are putting on a community event Saturday at Sanderson Field in Shelton called “Habitat Takes Flight”. MasonWebTV.com recently sat down with Tammey Newton, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Mason County, and John Dobson, Executive Director of the Port of Shelton, to talk about the event. According to Newton, Habitat Takes Flight is more than a fundraiser:
The event will be held on the tarmac at the Shelton airport just off U.S. Highway 101 and runs 9 AM to 6 PM. Habitat Takes Flight features all kinds of displays, vendors, music, food and more:
To participate in a free Young Eagle flight, you be between 8 and 18, and must register. Registration begins at 9 AM. Flights will end at 4 PM. Click here for more information on the EAA Young Eagles free flights.
Mason County Sheriff’s Office, Fire Districts and the RC Flyers will also have display and there will be demonstrations by the RC Flyers.
The cost is $5.00 per person or $15.00 for a family of four. The proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity of Mason County:
Here is the full interview: